#1
so im looking into a few gibson/epiphones to buy and put p-90s in
because neither the les paul junior or the melody maker come with p-90s standard (as you can see im on a tightish budget) i was wondering what slot p-90s would fit in
the melody maker looks like it has something the right size, and for the les paul special or junior, i think routing might be necassary?
just tell me what you know about either guitar and puting p-90s in em
Guitar
Ernie Ball Music Man Silhouette Special
Washburn WI64
Martin D-15
Amps
1960s Harmony
Rocktron/Egnater TOL 50 2x12
Rivera Chubster 55
FX
Fulltone OCD v.1
Keeley TS808
Voodoo Labs Superfuzz
Wilson WH10
Boss DD-20
#3
Seriously... don't buy either one of those guitars. Even if you are putting P-90's in it. It will sound like crap.
#4
Quote by 6WS
Seriously... don't buy either one of those guitars. Even if you are putting P-90's in it. It will sound like crap.

explain to me how a guitar with perfectly good wood and craftsmanship and electronics and what would be upgraded bridge and tuners would sound like crap?
Guitar
Ernie Ball Music Man Silhouette Special
Washburn WI64
Martin D-15
Amps
1960s Harmony
Rocktron/Egnater TOL 50 2x12
Rivera Chubster 55
FX
Fulltone OCD v.1
Keeley TS808
Voodoo Labs Superfuzz
Wilson WH10
Boss DD-20
#5
wel either way, this is no longer relevant, because a friend of mine just showed me that they make an lp junior with a p-90
Guitar
Ernie Ball Music Man Silhouette Special
Washburn WI64
Martin D-15
Amps
1960s Harmony
Rocktron/Egnater TOL 50 2x12
Rivera Chubster 55
FX
Fulltone OCD v.1
Keeley TS808
Voodoo Labs Superfuzz
Wilson WH10
Boss DD-20